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SATURDAY MORNING YISITOll.
; A BIT OF HUMOR.
We do not relish truth the
less for being occasionally spic
ed with a little humor. The
following extract from the re
port of a Committee on Hogs,
read before an Agricultural So
ciety "down east," contains
some excellent hits:
"Acain: some folks arnisp
1)igs of being filthy in their ha
its, and negligent in their per
sonal appearance. But wheth
er food is best eaten off, the
ground, or from China plates, is,
it seems to me, merely a matter
of taste and convenience, about
which pigs and men may hon
estly differ. They ought, then,
to be judged charitably. At a
ny rate, pigs are not filthy e
nough to chew tobacco, nor to
poison their breath by drinking
whiskey. And as to their per
sonal appearance, you don't
catch a pig playing the dandy,
nor the females among them
picking their way up this mud
dy village, after a rain, in kid
slippers.
"Notwithstanding their hete
rodox notions, hogs have some
excellent traits of character.
If one chances to wallow a lit
tle deeper in some mire hole
than his fellows, and so carries
off and comes in possession of
more of this earth than his breth
ren, he never assumes an extra
importance on that account;
neither are his brethren stupid
enough to worship him for it.
There only question seems to
be, is he still a hog? If he is,
they treat him as such.
"And when a hog has no me
rits of his own, he never puts
on aristocratic airs, nor claims
any particular respect on ac
count of his family connec tions;
and yet some Hogs have descen
ded from very ancient families.
They understand full well, the
common sense maxim, 'every
tub must stand on its own bot
tom" The Lower Class. Who are
they? Are they the toiling
millions, the laboring man and
woman, the farmer, the mechan
ic, the artisan, the inventor, the
producer? Far from it. These
are nature's nobility God's fa
voritesthe salt of the earth.
No mater whether they are high
or low in station, or poor in pelf,
conspicuous or humble in posi
tion, they are surely the "upper
circles" in the order of nature,
whatever the fictitious distinc
tions of society, fashionable or
unfashionable, decree.
It is not loto it is the high
est duty, privilege and pleasure,
for the great man and the whole
souled woman to earn what they
possess to work their own way
through life to be the archi
tects. of their own fortune.
Some may rank the classes we
have alluded to as only relative
ly low, and in fact the middling
classes. We insist that they are
absolutely the highest. If there
19 a class of human beings on
earth who may. properly be de
nominated low, it is composed of
tnose wno spend without earn
ingwho consume without pro
ducing who dissipate on the
earnings of the fathers or rela
tive without being or doing any
thing in and of themselves.
We are all mariners on the sea of life,
And. they who- climb above ui up the
shrouds,
Ha e only, in their overstepping,
Gained more dangerous station, and foot
hold more unsafe.
" The mackerel fishery of New
England has not for many years
beerr so poor as during the pre
aent year.
XNK RED, Black and Blue Bik, quills,
steel pens, fine letter and ca.p paper,
slates and pencils, just ree'd. and for sale
Uw at the Drue Store, by
MJ13- , BROWN A. DUNN'.
MILLET SEED. A few bushels prime
clesn, for sale bv
may20 BENNETT & SIIEPARD.
TO Till: M'UHMjMC.
VTTENTION is invited to the follow,
ing liberal offer of the Grfefenbcrg
Company : "Every person purchasing li
ny article of the Company' medicine, is
entitled to a year' subscription to the
Western World a first rate family news
paper." These celebrated Medicines for
sale by BENNETT & SIIEPARD.
w
J INDOW GLA SS, 8x10,10x12, tOxH
1 12x10. and 12x18 lust ree'd and for
sale ny imayuj isku w & duinin.
rpALLOW CANDLES Just ree'd. 100
lbs., and for sale cheap at the Drue
Stoieby mayl.1 B. & D.
SCHOOL BOOKS Elementary Spell
ers, Goodrich's 1, 2, 3 and 4th Read
ers, Olney's Geography & atlas, Smilcy's
Tike's and bmith's Arithmetics, (Sc., lor
sale low by mayl3 B. & DUNN.
MEDICAL BOOKS-A general as
sortment for sale low, by
mayUl BROWN A DUNN.
ClIDER VINEGAR 1 Bbl just ree'd.
) and for sale by mayl3 B. A I).
Sp ring Arrangements
1848!
JAMES ATKISSON is now receiving
a very complete assortment of
Itry Goods and Groceries,
purchased at, low prices, and being sold
low er (hail ever before ofi'ered in Warsaw,
the citizens of Benton and the adjoining
counties are respectfully" invited to call
ami buy the cheapest Good? ever before
broueht to this market, "positively and
no mistake." mayo'
TO ALL CONCERN ED!
Positively the Last Call.
VLL Persons indebted to me by note or
book account, are invited to come for
ward and pay the same without delay, and
save costs. Further indu'eence will not
oe eiven. II. II. WHITE.
Warsaw, May 6, 1318..
1JAINTED LAWNS, of most beautiful
styles at from 13 to 25 cents, at
may( J. ATKISSON.
Btlcntioii, Every J&ody.
NO HUMBUG!
"I 7E not !ntem' t0 ,urn our attention
M to the navigation of the Osage,
Pomme de Terre or any other creek, but
w ill attend to all who may call upon us,
and will sell them GOODS cheaper than
any other concern in the city, whether
they advertise to sell at Cost or not. We
have the largest assortment to be found in
the place, and our motto, "the nimble six
pence better than the slow shilling," will
sell Goods accordingly.
F.'" Call and see us. No trouble to show
you any thine we have to sell.
mav6 BENNETT A SIIEPARD.
WANTED SOON!
4 OQO BUSI1 Wheat, weighing CO lbs
.1 f t to the bushel, clean,
20tJ0 bush Oats,
Deer Skins, Furs, Peltries, Flax, Wool,
Ftaeon, Lard, Dry Hides, White Beans,
Flax seed, Ac, at
mayC J. ATKISSON'S.
Tar, Pitch tS Turpentine.
mBBLS each, and Linseed Oil, Lamp
black, White Lead, Saleratus, Gin
ger, Window glass, Putty, Ac, by
'mnvfi J. ATKISSON.
Tennessee Iron the best in
Warsaw.
Af TONS fully ass'd., Tennessee bar,
4l J band, round, square, sheet, slab,
nail rod and other Iron, and a large lot of
Castings, for sale low by
may6 J. ATKISSON.
Hum, Sugar 4' Tobacco.
1PIPE Jamaica Ruin,
1 box Muscovade Sugar,
10 bbls Loaf do
20 Hhds. best N. O. do
20 boxes Tobacco, ass'd., and
160 bags best Rio Coffee,
for sale on "inviting terms, bv
may6 J. ATKISSON.
Whiskey "and other luxuries."
A tf BBLS. Ohio rectified WhUkey,
I UU 10 do American Brandy,
1 Pipe pure Cngniaedo
5 bbls common Gin,
5 do Malaga Wine,
5 do pure Peach Brandy,
60 boxes ass'd Candies,
60 do M R Rabins,
60 drums Figs,
10 boxes Claret Wine,
20 doz Poughkeepsie Ale,
20 mats Cinnamon,
10 lbs Nutmegs,
10 do Cloves,
for sale to Grocers at very low prices for
cash. may6 J. ATKISSON.
'lite Jirsl lot of Dry Goods
riuiis season, are now opening at onr
I well known cheap stand. We have
the best assortment of fashionable Call
coes and Summer Dress Goods, such as
Ginghams, Printed Lawns Bareges, Ac,
Ac, ever brought to this market. Ladies,
you must call soon if you want good selec
tions, as we shall sell them at such low
prices that they are bound to go off rapidly.
..ll UrK'V'PT'l' a. t T r 1' Ti . n r
. Iron Iron Iron.
TZ have just ree'd. 0,000 Lbs. Iron,
f consisting of all sizes Tire Iron and
every sort of band, round and square iron
spring, blister and east Steel Plow
Moulds, wagon boxes and Castings of all
kinds. We have made such arrangements
as will enable us to have a first rate as
sortment of Iron always on hand, and for
sale at the lowest prices.
plIS BENNETT SIIEPARD.
PANAMA, LEO HORN AND PALM
LEAF HATS About 100 dozen for
salejheap by apll5 SIIEPARD.
tirEST INDIA PRESERVES OR-
v ANGE, Limes, llagus, papaw and
Ginger, for sale by
Junel9 II. II. WHITE.
SHOES AND ROOTS.
" 1 ENTLEMEX'S Boots and Shoes,
M Ladies and Children's do., a small lot
for sale rather high!! at
mayfi J. ATKISSON'S.
BENNETT&SHEPARD
UAVE ree'd. per steamers Lightfoht A
Wave, another of their immense
stocks of
Dry Goods, Groceries,
Hardware, Qucensware, Iron, Castings,
Hats, Boots, Shoes, Liqvors, 'etc., etc.
And our arrangements are such that we
shall be receiving and adding to our as
sortment, by every boat as long as the O-
saee is navigable, and by wagons through
out the year, the following are only a
few of our principal articles :
1000 sacks Salt,. 40.000 lbs Iron,
600 bbls. do 20,0;M) do bndA round
160 do whiskey, 5,000 do ass'd Steel,
10 do brandy, 10,0:10 do as'd cast'gs
10 do wine, 6,000 do Cot Yarn,
5 do p'ch brandy 200 bags Coffee,
10 do Molasses, 130 bbls Sugar,
3 do Linseed Oil, 60 kees Nails,
60 ktrs white Lead, 5.000 galls sto ware,
10000 Spanish Cigars, 'it) bills Lf S'.ear
10 doz br'dy cherries, 100 doz p 1 hats,
10 do claret wine, 60 cs bootsAshoes,
10 do lemon syrup, 20 bales domestic,
10 Slnughlon'sbitteis, .'JOkgs powder,
10 do painted buckets 10 boxs C's axes,
10 do seives, 30 bags shot,
10 crates Qucensware 20 doz castor oil,
and an extra lavee stock of Fancy & Ma
ple DRV GOODS. Fur, Wool, Leghorn
and Panama HATS, Bonnets, Parasols,
Lookinc-Glnsses. Pictures, Picture frr.ines
School Books, Bibles, Cap A Letter Pa
per, Gncfcnbcrpr Pills, Lemons, Oranaes,
Window Glass, Scythes, May iorlis, Mio
vels, Spades, Ac., Ac., Ac. '
We intend to make rur sales thisvenr
double the amount of any previous year,
and consequently can a fiord to sell at about
one half the usual profit. This will make
it to the interest of all who wish to buy
bareains. to purchase of us.
Country merchants wishing to replen
ish at any time during the year, will find
it to their interest to buy of us, instead of
g'dngto Boonville. Grocers can be sup
plied with every article usually kept in a
grocery, as cheap as the same can be got
in any market.
We barter for almost every thins raised
or made in the country. No trouble to
show goods. Give us a call. npl22
First Spring anival of
MEW GOODS,
.11 ISetmett V Shtptnd's.
1
JER S. B. Lightfoot, we are in receipt
of another mammoth stork of Goods.
It is well known that we have always
kept as good (or a better) stock of Goods,
as any house in the South-west, and we
now intend to defy competition by keep
ing the largest assortment and selling them
cheaper than any of our brethren. We
shall adopt as our motto, "Large sales and
small profits," consequently we will
make it the interest of all who want goods j
to purchase them of us. Just give us a
call no trouble to show Goods.
apl15 BENNETT A SIIEPARD. I
I'lNEGAR. Wine, Apple and other
v kinds for sale low bv '
oct30 R. C.HENRY, j
LIVERY STABLE.
fTI HE subscribers would respectfully an-j
I nounce to their friends and the public,
that they have opened a Livery Stable in
this city, and are prepared at all times to
furnish first rate saddle horses ami genteel
rigging, to those wishing to ride in that
way. We aro also prepared with Buggies
and Carrages for the accommodation of
lamilies and others. These accoinmoda-
tions will be furnished at notice at reason-1
able rates FOR THE CASH.
ir Persons arriving at Warsaw either
by steamboat or stage, will be conveyed !
to any of the neighboring towns on short
notice and at fair prices.
BLAKEY A PEAKE.
, Warsaw, April, 8, JS-18-tf
"VTOTICE Mr. C. P SWITZLERisi
ll my authorized agent to transact all;
business during my absence from the city.
jnn8 R. C.HENRY.
M
OLASSES & SALERATUS Nuff
to supply every body, ree'd bv
pU5 BENNETT A SHEPARD.
If.f IfS.IH
II T
ill
AND GENERAL
STAGE gggOFFICE,
Comer of Main St. and the Pvllic Square,
WARSAW, MO.
MilS. VV. IIOLCO.JIB,
HAVING taken this well known honse,
hopes by strirt attention to the com
fort and accommodation of the travelling
public, to receive a liberal share of patron
age. The House is undergoing a thorough re
pair, and she flatters herself that its ac
commodations will not be found inferior
to any other establishment in the South
west, The stable is large and convenient, and
will always be supplied with plenty of
good provender and attended by a careful
and attentive ostler. . Jn. J5, 1SW.
mo
ORANGES A LEMONS A great rar
ity in this country, are now opening
at Napll5J B. & SIIEPARD'S.
WANTED Furs, Deer Skins, Wheat,
II Beeswax, Tallow, Dry Hides, Hemp,
Ae.,Ae. EVERETT ctASIIBURYi
Sugar, Coffee and Salt.
150 BAGS best Rio Coffee,
50 do 2d quality do,
50 bbls best New Orleans Sugar,
250 sacks G. A. Salt, in store and for
sale by JAS. ATKISSON.
For the Osage Hirer.
pSW"". rjlIIE new and licht draught
Wy"T A Steamer LIGHTFOOT,
""'1islH R. C. HENRY", Master,
Having been purchased expressly for the
Osage livertradc, will commence her rc
gular trips upon the first water The
Lightfoot is well adapted to the trade,
drawing only 18 inches light, will carry
160 tons on 3 feet water, and 360 tons when
fully laden, and being accompanied by a
very light draft barge, shippers in all parts
of the river may rely on getting their
freight up and down without delay. J he
interests of shippers in the interior partic
ularly attended to.
For freight or passage, apply or board,
or to Geo. Buchanan &Co., St. Louis.
.las. Glenn, Osago City.
E. B. Cnrdell, Jefferson City.
S. R. Roberts, Erie.
Jno. Jones, Mouth Linn Creek.
Jas. Atkison. Warsaw.
Waldo A McCulloch, Oseola.
ir3"N. B. The Lightfoot will positively
remain in the Osage river until the 1st of
July. fcbl2-tf
I'osl (IHirc otirc.
ASTERN MAIL closes on Tuesdays,
- Thnrdaj s and Saturdays, at 12 o'
clock, M.
Southern Mail closes on Sunday?, Tues
duys and Thursdays at 9 o'clock p. m.
.Ynynes ille mail closes at 9 o'clock, p.
m., on Sundays.
J!ig Creek ini.il closes at 9 o'clock, p.
m. on Wednesdays.
Fort Scolt-niiiil arrives every Tuesday
evening at C o'clcck, and closes at 9.
Leaves Wednesday morning t 6 a. m.
Ihiflalo mail arrives on Friday evening,
at 6 o'clock, and closes at 9 Leaves on
Saturday morning at 5 a. m.
JjLeltcrs will nut be mailed after the
above named hours.
JThThe olfice will be open on Sundays
one hour after the arrival of the Eastern
mail, und no lonper.
II. LEONARD, P.M.
Warsaw, Jan. 15, 18 IS.
flGARS. 600 boxes, to close consign
ment, at very reduced prices, at No4G
ocV20 R. C. HENRY.
Wanted Immediately,
:iOft Bushels WHEAT,
300 do Castor Beans,
500 Lbs. Beeswax,
500 bushels Flaxseed,
10.000 lbs. Deer Skin.
500 Koon, Fox and Cat Skins,
100 Otter skins,
nt the liiohest tirices. 1V
nov0 JAS. ATKISSON. !
Powder, Lead and Caps.
25 KEGS Dupont's Powder,,
2000 Lbs. Bar Lead,
500 boxes best percusion Caps, just re
ceived by J. A l KlsSUiN.
G3.
. To MoiitlK'i'ii lertliantK.
I WOULD respectfully inform you that
I am in receipt of my large and well
selected stock of Staple
DRY GOODS. 1ND GROCERIES,
which I beg leave to offer at a very small
advance on Pastern cost, having in store
an immense stock, and expecting daily asf
many more, it behooves me to dispose of i
those on hand as soon as possitile. All 1
request i, a call, aud I warrant full satis
faction will be given. For a recapitulation
of my stock, allow me respectfully to di
rect your attention to my advertisement
in another column.
octliO II. C. HENRY.
Fr I lie Ijnilic.
"I UST ree'd., in addition to my former
of stock, and designed expressly for the
Ladies, a large assortment of fancy, scen
ted, toilet, Congress and Ball Soaps, of a
superior quality; also Eau dc Cologne, Oil
La Paras, Maccassarand Moellede Ueouf
A c. Shell, Autterlly, Imitation and orna
mental tuck, lute, side Combs; Victoria,
new style, Polka and imitation side do.;
twill'd, Brazilian, Diamond and capped
side do.; fine dressing toilet do, together
with a number of faufes yet to be enu
merated. R.C.HENRY.
IIOWDER, LEAD, Ac A good article
of Dupont's FFF glazed, expressly
for hunters, in store and for sale very low
for cash at HENRY'S.
Chewing Tobacco.
f BOXES low priced Virginia Tobacco,
O 5 do fine do do
5 do Portland, best,
6 do cor. men Me. manufactured, just
ree'd and for sale by
novI3 JAS. ATKISSON.
T
.lANCY ARTICLES.-Cords & Tas.
sels. bl'k and col'd Fringes, worsted
IfniHa. comforters, kid crloves. silk units.
purses, bonnet and cap ribbons, artificial
flowers, &.O., at SIIEPARD'S.
ARDWARE and CUTLERY A
large and general assortment just of
fering at my u ual low rates. Call at No.
46, and you will be well paid for your trou
ble. ncf26) R.C.HENRY.
GROCERIES aud LIQUORS. Sugar,
' Coffee, Tea, Whiskey, Brandy and
Wines-which I am offering vert low..
Call at No. 46. R. C. HENRY
s
MOKINO TOBACCO.
-4 boxes just
B. A DUNN.
ree'd. and for sale by
flOTTON YARNS, candle wick and cot-
X) ton batting, just receiving and opening
which are ottered at tne lowest raies ur
oct26 R.C.HENRY
"rE5TINGS A large assortment just
t opened, all styles and patterns, which
I will sell very cheap. R. C. HENRY.
MOLASSES Sugar-house, Golden
Syrup and N. Orleans, in store and
for sale by oct30 HENRY.
II RUSHES A large assortment of paint
tl and wall brushes, both large and small,
for sale on good terms at HENRY 'S.
No. 46, Main St., Warsaw, 1b.,
CommiHHion llerehant,
AND WHOLESALE & RETAIL
XFA LER IN
J7HT GOODS & GROCERIES.
C10FFEE 100 bags of Rio Coflee, in
) store, and for sale verv low.
aug-21 R.C. HENRY, No. 4fi.
SUGAR 25 Bbls. N. O. Sugar, best
quality, just ree'd. ami for sale by
aug21 R. C. HEXRY, No. 46.
SPUN-TRUCK. 2,000 Lbs. Spun
Cotton, in store and for sale at the usu
al low rates, by R. C. HENRY.
A A BBLS. old rectified Whiskey, of the
J.T- very best brands, sold low at
aug21 HENRY'S, No. 46.
SADDLERY. A small lot of Saddles
on hand yet, and will be sold at a very
low price to close consignment, bv
ang21 R. C. HENRY.
TBEAS. The very best Imperial, (lun
l powder and Y. Hyson, for sale at re
duced prices by H. C. HENRY.
I LARGE and well assorted lot of Goods
on hand, and for sale low fir rnsh and
produce. EVERETT A A5I1 13L 1( i .
Fall and Winter
GOODS!
LOW PRICES FOR CASH OR PRO
DUCE! 1
XO CREDIT!
T AM now in receipt of a torgc stock ol
JL 1 all and inter supplies or
fi rocrries, SI a r d tr are
QUEENS WAR E Sc BOOTS,
HATS, CAPS. &c,
to which I would invite the attention
those wishing to puichase. My stock has
been selected with great cere, and is well
adapted to the wants of the country.
am determined to sell them a tilth lower
than anv other house in the South-west,
for CASH UR PROD UCK,"and nothing
else.' My stock consists in part as tollow s
Die v ;mes.
Sup. bl'k & blue French & Eng
CLOTHS:
Bl'k and blue Cassimeres, Fancy do.,
Casinets, Tweeds, Ky. Jeans,
Winter Vesting., Blankets, Forest Cloths,
Plain and lig'd. Black Alpitca,
Fancy do., Delains, Gala Plaids, (a new
article very rich,)
A large assortment of Prints, Shawls,
Linseys, Hoods, Comforts,
Phila. Plaids, Ginghams. Bonnets.
Flannels), Domestics, Bleached Muslinc,
Tickings, Osnaburgs, Drills,
Cotton Yarns, &c, &.e.
SSoots, Sit or X. Hats V caps.
A large assortment of Men's thick kip A
calf Boots A Shoes, Boys' A Youth's
do.; tnisses do.; Lndies Boots A
Shoes, a variety of styles.
Fine Nutria A Russia
n,iTs.
Low crown do.; Sporting do.;
Otter, Seal, rauskrat, Plush, Sealette,
glazed and Hair Caps, Infant's caps, Ac,
U Hill Oii &13
Tea, sugar, coffee, salt, molasses, whis
key, indigo, madder,candles, tobacco,
Principe, regalia, ca.edoras and
melee Cigars ; powder, lead,
ginger, alum, saleratus,
pepper and spice,
Loaf Sugar, Crackers and almost
every other article in the grocery line.
A large assortment of HARDWARE &
QUEENSWARE.
SADDLERY.
Spanish, half Spanish, English A Ladies
Trees ; Pad, Hog, A Welting Skins,
Plush, Webbing, Straining Web,
Braddoons, Buckles, Stirmps,
Sadler's Silk A Thread,
martingale rings, spurs, saddle bags, &e.,
ft Wanted in exchange for Goods at
rash prices, Beeswax, Flaxseed, Beans,
Deer A Fur Skins, Wheat, Bacon, Flour,
Corn meal, Hides, Tallow, and all the
cash you have to spare. Call and see me,
and if we de not trade, it shall not be my
fault. ...
sept!8 II. II. WHITE.
"11RYGOODS new and fashionable,
J J cheap for Cash, at ,
mar27 H. II. WHITE'S.
(lOFFEE, SUGAR & TEA. The best
) that ever grew, for sale at
mar27 H. II. WHITE'S.
RAISINS 6 boxes just Teo'd. and for
sale low by BROWN A DUNN.
STAPLES OF THE WEST Salt A
Whiskey for sale by
ar27 IL II. WHITE.
Doctor Richardson"
TONIC tO7DX3R0,
Vf AF and certain; ebrt tot Chills and
Fever or Intermittent Fever, warran
ted in all eases. In case of failure, our
Agents are authorized to refund the Mom
ey to purchasers upon their certificate of
the same. .. . t. .
The above remedy has been recently
discovered as a specific in Chills and Fe
ver, and has received a faif trial, on dose
having cured many of the most
ii.-.; i- i.i.J Ai .
uusunate anu juoiracieu leases,
after every other knowtr remedy had fail
edquinine not excepted'. The most em
inent physicians of this place have pro'
nounced the TONIC POWDERS an in
nocent medicine in their present form, and
may be given to children1 and persons of
the most FEEBLE CONSTITUTION,
with impunity and success Tho under
signed does not deem it necessary to follow
up the usual custom of procuring individ
ual certificates to the support of tills ral-'
liable medicine, but leaves it ih he hands'
of the people to prove its own virtues up T
on the principle of
.VO CUR n, JVO PAYf
and also disclaims the entire invention of
the medicine, bnt procured the mode of
preparation from s"n honoruhle tourte, and
thereiore avails himself of its value.
p.. Price per box, $1 25.
Richmond, Ray to , Ma., July 1847.
tV For sale in Warsaw by ,
ott-2 R. C. HENRY".
(" ENTLEMEN who want very superior"
X Cloths and Cassimeres, can always
find them at
july-M EVERETT A ASHBURY'S.
Everett & Ashbury
UAVE in store and for sale very low,
01 sacks best RioCofie,
5 Hhds. Sugar,
20 Bbls best Cincinnati Whivky,
1-2 Pipe Am. Brandy,
1-2 do best Cog. do.
I Bbl. Blue Lick Water.
E000 Lbs. Cotton Yarn, all Nos..
1 A STINGS A Plough Mould- a greaf .
J vaiietv fi r sale cheap bv A
marJ7 ' II. i'i. WHITE.
(ROCKERY A GLASSWARE A
" j gn at variclv, for sale by
mar27 " II. H. WHITE.
Nails and Castings.
V LARGE, well assorted lot of Nails A
Castings on band mid for srtc it
july24 " EV EH ETT A AS1IBUWY.
EVERETT haviiur associated with
bint in luiMiievi. MONROE ASII
lil'HY, lbe biiMnt s hi rentier will be car
riri! on under the name anil stvle or
EVE;ETT A ASHBURY.
" '' N. B. P. Eve.i ft experts immedi.
ate payment by nil pcriyms indebted to
him while doing business on bis own ac
count. ' July -2A, 1S47.
EV'T
ll'ILL emitiiuiu to do business in the old
U stand of 1'. Everett. They are now
receiving a fresh stock of
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARD.y
WARE, COTTON YARN. &e., fco.
ILL persons indebted to me by note or
book account, are respectfully request
ed to fork over the dimes, without delay.
Self preservation compels me to make this
call. sept II II. II. WHITE.
J. A. Brown, M. D. J. Dunn, M.D.
DRUIiOU'MDllfiN
HAYING associated themselves in the
practice of Medicine, offer their ser
vices to the citizens of Warsaw andvicni
ity in the various branches of the profes- .
sinn. The attention of both willhe given if
desired, without the usual fee of consulta
tion. Office ut the new Drug Store outhu
corner of Main street and the Public
Square, where one or both of them may at
all times be found, unless professionally ,
engaged. janl7-
SADDLERY & SADDLER'S TR. TI
MINGS cheap at
mar27 H. II. WHITE'S.
"ITS." ATKISSON "
Receiving, Forwarding S( Commission
And dealer in Foreign and Domestio
GROCERIES, 6?c.
Main Street, Warsaw, Mo.
eW. C. CAVCF,
CITY AUCTIONEER,
General 1gent and Commission Merchant,.
MEMPHIS, TENN.
"NEW GOODS!
XZ. XZ. Y7UTTX2
HAS received and is now opening a ge
neral assortment of
lew At Fahlonnfle Goods, '
which he offers for sale at unusually low .
prices fi.r Cash or Produce. Those who
want new and good Goods, Had better cmII
and see him immediately. i .
Warsaw, Mareh 87, 1847.
T OG 4 TRACE CHAINS on hand and
J J for sale very low by
t"ar27 II. H, WHITE.
TOOTS, SHOES, HATS, Ac, Ac.,
1 A large lot for sale low for cash at
mar27 HH. WHITE'S ' "'.
T LANK S of every description, kept cov '
a I tan fly en hand at this offiee.
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